Why hire Veterans?
Hiring Veterans can be beneficial to any organization.
Ten Reasons to Hire a Veteran:
1.) Veterans have identifiable and transferable skills. They have a proven ability to learn new skills and concepts that have been tested in real world situations. They will be able to enter your workforce and can boost your organization's productivity.
2.) Veterans know leadership. They learn to lead by example during their military service. They understand the variety of ways to lead and manage different behaviors by direction, delegation, motivation, and inspiration. They also understand the dynamics of leadership as part of both hierarchical and peer structures.
3.) Veterans understand teamwork. During their military career, they worked with others in groups of all sizes to accomplish the task at hand and understand multiple groups can play a roll in an overarching objective.
4.) Veterans understand diversity and inclusion. They have worked side by side with individuals regardless of race, gender, geographic origin, ethnic background, religion, and economic status as well as mental, physical, and attitudinal capabilities.
5.) Veterans can perform well under pressure. They have developed the capacity to perform under the stress of tight schedules and limited resources to complete the objective. They have
6.) Veterans understand and respect procedures. They know that policies and procedures are the foundation on which an organization exists.
7.) Veterans are usually aware of international and technical trends pertinent to business and industry. Through their training, they can bring a global outlook and technological savvy to your organization.
8.) Veterans have integrity. They have a track record of doing what is right, being trustworthy, and maintaining a set standards of military values. They often times have a security clearance to go with this.
9.) Veterans understand health and safety standards. They are aware of health and safety protocols for themselves and the welfare of others. They also maintain personal health and fitness by maintaining a drug free standard.
10.) Veterans can triumph over adversity. Throughout their military career, they have most likely overcome a personal roadblock that demanded endurance, stamina, and flexibility through strength and determination.